5 Ayurvedic Secrets for Healthy Digestion

5 Ayurvedic Secrets for Healthy Digestion

Ayurveda may be the oldest medicinal system in the world that is still in use today, but it is also the most relevant for our modern lifestyles. Dietary recommendations in Ayurveda are not influenced by current trends and fads. Balanced nutrition and mindful eating are at the center of the Ayurvedic diet, but it also takes into account the uniqueness

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6 Completely Natural Ayurvedic Tips To Gain Muscles

6 Completely Natural Ayurvedic Tips To Gain Muscles

Bodybuilding, working out and looking in shape has become an important part of life. Most people do some form of exercise on a weekly basis. With this comes the question of supplements – most of which are chemical based. Some of these chemical based supplements even have side effects. Tired of looking for natural body building muscle gainers?

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Ayurvedic tips to gain healthy weight

Ayurvedic tips to gain healthy weight

With rising numbers of obese and overweight adults across the world, obesity is regarded as a public health risk, which is rightfully in the spotlight. Unfortunately, with all of the attention on obesity, most of us overlook the risks of excess weight loss and being underweight. According to data from India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, close to half of

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Ayurvedic Secrets for Weight Loss

Ayurvedic Secrets for Weight Loss

Obesity has grown into a global public health crisis, with approximately 2.8 million deaths linked to obesity or excess weight. Once a phenomenon of the developed world, obesity now affects an estimated 135 million Indians and the numbers are rapidly rising. But how do we deal with it? Talk of weight loss and the first things to come to mind are

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A Guide to Perfect Health: the Ayurvedic Doshic Clock

A Guide to Perfect Health: the Ayurvedic Doshic Clock

The interconnection between Pindanda (the body) and Brahmanda (nature/the universe) is a central concept in Ayurveda. Each Ayurvedic teaching is based on this interconnection, emphasizing that every change on the outside influences and is reflected in the inside. The five physical elements of fire, earth, air, ether and water not only

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